Galerie Pauline Pavec
Vue exposition Herman de Vries Adam Bogey 2020, crédits Sarkis Torossian
In 2018, Pauline Pavec, art historian, accompanied by artist Quentin Derouet, founded the Pauline Pavec gallery. Located in the heart of the Haut Marais in Paris, the gallery is like a chapel in which different generations of artists dialogue.
Together, they exhibited major works from the history of the 20th century, they took over the estates of Robert Malaval, René Iché, François Ristori and Jacques Prévert, alongside emerging artists. Pauline Pavec galeresi participates every year in several art fairs such as Art Paris, for which the founder of the gallery Pauline Pavec is a member of the selection committee. In 2020 Pauline Pavec gallery has been selected to be part of the showcase of TEFAF Maastricht, that took place in June 2022.
In 2019, the Pauline Pavec gallery presented a retrospective exhibition of Robert Malaval, exhibited Jacques Prévert’s collages, presented three young artist’s solo shows. In collaboration with Thaddaeus Ropac gallery, they had the chance to exhibit collages of Adrian Ghenie, a phenomenon artist, facing the mythical works of Gherasim Luca.
To inaugurate 2020, Pauline Pavec has proposed the Ephemerides series from Jacques Prévert. Between the end of 2020 and 2021 Pauline Pavec has exhibited the work of Herman de Vries, alongside emerging artist Adam Bogey, major works from french historic artist Robert Filliou and organised an important duo show between André Cadere and François Ristori.
In 2022, Pauline Pavec has organized a solo show of French artist Mathilde Denize right after her residency at Villa Medici in Roma, a second retrospective exhibition of Robert Malaval with his master pieces the “Aliments blancs” from the 1960’s and presented an important solo exhibition of historic artist Jacqueline Lamba, in collaboration with the estate of the artist lead by Aube Breton-Elléouët.
Pauline Pavec et Quentin Derouet